Tickle – November 6, 2018

There have been several people from our church who have been involved in the hurricane(s) devastation area(s) for weeks now. We now also have a team of 8 people from our church who are traveling to the South Georgia Hurricane zone to do chainsaw clearing and debris removal work for four days November 9-12. Foremost, keep the people who were in the path of the storms in your prayers - but also, keep all of the people who are reaching out to help them in your prayers - especially Friday through Monday of this week!

GET UP AND GO

David Kuykendall, Kyle Freed, Mel Crask, Emily Stafford, Sam Wilson, Alice Janessa, Mark Burgess, Ernie Payne.
pastor mark

IMMEDIATE NEED - The Chainsaw ERT Team needs one or two water-tight storage boxes or bins that will fit in the back of a pickup truck. They need to store saws, tools,etc, safely on the drive to and from Donalsonville. Please contact David Kuykendall or Kyle Freed if you have something you would be willing to lend the team for a few days. David 706 994 0384/Kyle 678 772 1417

Conference Emergency Response Teams:
We have several updates and a “Save the Date” for you.

The Alabama-West Florida Conference is now accepting out-of-conference ERT Teams who are badged and 100% self-contained (bring your own food, water, gasoline and either have your own housing/lodging or enter and leave the same day). Team leaders can register at the Alabama-West Florida Conference’s new online portal at: https://awfumc.churchcenter.com/registrations/events/172557

In the South Georgia Conference, electricity is starting to return to the affected area. The Conference has issued a call for ERTs and volunteers to help with debris cleanup and tarping roofs. Only the team leader must be a current ERT. The work is primarily in Decatur, Seminole, Miller, Baker, Mitchell, Randolph, and Dougherty counties. There are local churches and other buildings with space for your team to spend the night. Team leaders are asked to register their team at:
https://sgaumc-reg.brtapp.com/DisasterResponseTeam71

THANK YOU for your church and your praying, giving, and going in disaster response ministry this fall! Our North Georgia teams are making significant contributions in North Carolina, South Carolina, South Georgia, and Florida as we assist our neighbors in response to hurricanes Florence and Michael. Continue to help, and to get more people prepared to help, by pointing them to training for the winter quarter at:
https://www.ngumc.org/disasterresponseministry

Lastly, save the date for Saturday, February 16, when we’ll host a North Georgia Disaster Academy at Salem Campground near Covington!
More details and registration will be coming in weeks ahead as we offer a variety of beginner and renewal ERT plus advanced training including chainsaw and other specialized classes. We’ll have different churches showing their trailers and plenty of networking. The Dacula UMC food trunk will be with us showing what they can do. This will be a great meetup for both veteran and rookie disaster response ministry folk.

Blessings,
Scott
Rev. Scott Parrish
North Georgia Conference Disaster Response Coordinator
scott.parrish@ngumc.net

Wednesday Night Nurture activities:
Supper at 5:00 pm
Soups and salad along with dessert. It is a fundraiser for the Daisy troop (young Girl Scouts)
Adult Bible Study - led by Rev. Mike Cloyd at 6:00 pm in the Fidelis SS room, continuing in the book of Esther - Chapters 4 and 5
Handbells at 6:00 pm in the Sanctuary
Youth meet at THE GATHERING at 6 pm in the MAC lower level
Children (5th grade and younger) meet in the Fundamentals Room at 6 pm
Choir at 7:00 pm

Myron & Brenda Turner’s Grandson Brady will be participating in a Medical Mission Trip to the Amazon. If you would like to support Brady, he is collecting the follow items: Flip Flops (all sizes), Bar Soap, Tooth Brushes, Adult & Children’s Vitamins with Iron, Fishing Line, Lures & Hooks. There will be a collection box in the Narthex.

OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD: Boxes are still available for you to pick up in the MAC . The list of approved items is there too. Please have boxes returned with the $9 by November 15th.

Operation Turkey Tree - FUMC Youth Mission
Turkey Trees are now set up in the narthex and MAC. “Turkeys” will be on the trees by Wednesday night. Please take a paper turkey and purchase the suggested item. You may then bring the item and place it under the tree. The youth will later fill Thanksgiving boxes with this food to give to needy families in Union County.

There is a community-wide Thanksgiving Dinner available for any and all who would like one. You may dine in at the House of Prayer - Family Life Center, or pick it or have it delivered. The dinner is Thursday, November 22nd from 11:30 - 2:30 pm. Deadline to sign up is Monday, November 19th at noon. You may sign up through the church office of call 706 751 3556.

Don’t forget to go through your coat closet and donate any gently used winter coats to the Morning Glory Circle coat collection. They will be distributing out to the community next month. Share the warmth and give a coat.Donations may be placed in the MAC closet across from the reception desk.

STAY INFORMED:
The best link to official United Methodist Church Denominational (Global) news comes from a publication from the United Methodist Communications office that you can subscribe to at the following website umcom.org

On that web page, click the large “Subscribe box.” In the window that comes up, select Weekly Digest under United Methodist News. You then get a summary email from the United Methodist Church sent to you each week regarding the major developments in core stories around the globe. Among many other things, updates on the upcoming Special Session of General Conference in February will be found there. The North Georgia Conference Web site is a good source of continuous information as well - ngumc.org

FUMC MISSIONS FAIR: On Sunday November 18th our church would once again like to shine a spotlight on all the Missions and Ministry operating within our congregation so that members can easily find a place to serve. If you are an advocate for a Mission or Ministry and would like to be included in this event, please email Kim Tatman now in order to have your service included in the literature and planning.

Night to Shine event will be held here at FUMC again next February.

Would you like to be a volunteer for Night to Shine – February 8, 2019? In the coming weeks - watch for a general on-line link to register as a volunteer.

Lastly, but most important…we are looking for many subcommittee leaders. If you would like to be involved in the planning please contact Kim & Joe Tatman.
Tokimnjoe@bellsouth.net
jtatman@gmail.com

Prayer Concerns and Celebrations:
May LOVE REIGN over fear, hate, and violence in the world
Those recovering from the storms
Our military families
The two UMC related agencies in our neighborhood (YHC & Branan Lodge)
Church Without Walls (CWOW’S) - Suches, GA
Our entire staff team and their families
All our expecting “Mommies to be”
All those with Alzheimers/Dementia related struggles
Pam Akerman - had second knee replacement surgery today; recovering nicely
Richard and Bart Hoibraten- recent loss of their stepmom
Debbie Crask - multiple issues going on from knee, in Emory
John Cook - recovery from hernia operation
Julie Sundsted’s - brother (David) recovering from cancer related surgery 10-31
Pam Ackerman - knee replacement surgery Tuesday at UGH
Joan Shaw - undergoing chemo/radiation for lung cancer
Bud Akins - test results are encouraging
Lisa Wilson- knee concerns
Judy Walls brother in Texas passed
Ruth Stefko’s daughter Dawn - general health
Joan Shaw - lung cancer diagnosis - begun Chemo/Radiation - surgery later
Bart & Richard Hoibraten - step mother in CA in hospice
Margie Bowron - general health
Dee Freed’s father (Kenneth Newman) - colon cancer has spread)
Rod McClarnon - cardiac concerns and needed eye surgery
Claudia Deprez - cancer has returned again (staying in Florida)
George Houdeshel - general health
Kerry Rittenhouse - Mother on chemo
Rev. Harold Smith - now home with Janice - doing in-home therapy
Phil Sallings - general health
Shannon Burgess two nephews (Luke - pancreas & Matt - colon cancer) - and brother in law (Steve) - cancer
Kathy Zimmerman’s sister (Alice Pollert) - hospice care
Shirley Cobb/Eva Breedlove/Carol Warren/ Kim Kuykendall – chronic back/neck/pain issues.

As you do your shopping on AMAZON, you also have the opportunity to donate money to the our church. Simply use AMAZON SMILE, then set up “First United Methodist Church of Union County” as the supporting organization. Once you set it up, every time you place an AMAZON order (must use AMAZON SMILE), Amazon makes a donation to our church. Your same settings and benefits, including Amazon Prime, apply. So we urge you to make the change today. Thanks for your continued support!

A Note from Your Finance Team

We usually have a very strong October because we benefit from the proceeds of the FALL Festival for the MAC loan. But even with our amazing Fall Festival, we do not remember having a $116,474 October before!

………………. . …… .Received……….. .YTD Received
November 4th $32,907…………………$957,938

The numbers are a little skewed “up” from the Fall Festival numbers this month, but our current 43 week YTD giving rate would project us to end the year at $1,118,642.
Well done Church!

Please continue to remember your Church in your legacy trusts & wills - that gift is also greatly appreciated!

Tickle – October 30,2018

Yes, another new lighthouse appeared this last Sunday. It was lovingly created by the Union County High School Metal work shop for our Finance team in support of our Stewardship journey this year! That lighthouse at the MAC desk will draw you to the blank 2019 “Estimate of Giving” cards. As you fill one out, put one small card (remembering the yes/no questions on the back) into one of the treasure chests and the card with your household name into the other chest - totally confidential! We received another 22 cards this last Sunday - so it is not too late to participate. Use either the treasure chests at the new lighthouse located at the MAC desk or the treasure chests in the Sanctuary Narthex. Thank you so much for your response this year. To God be the Glory!
pastor mark

Red” Campbell suffered a heart attack and passed away this past Friday in Florida. Arrangements are unknown. Karen’s Florida address is 50 Country Club Lane, Mulberry, FL 33860. Please surround Karen and the rest of the family with your prayers.

Wednesday Night Nurture activities this night of “Trick or Treat!”
Supper at 5:00 pm
Spooktacular Supper: Ghoulash, booroccoli, harvest salad, pumpkin rolls, candy corn cake bars (you’ve got to come to this!!!)
Adult Bible Study - led by Mike Cloyd at 6:00 pm in the Fidelis SS room, continuing in the book of Esther
Handbells at 6:00 pm
Choir at 7:00 pm
There is no Youth Gathering or Children’s activities this night

Flu Protocols Begin:
That means we are doing the following things:
Reminding everyone that we are in the season of flu shots
Please stay home from Church if you are sick
Re-establish that habit of coughing into your elbow rather than into your hands
We have suspended our hand holding fellowship until Easter Sunday
Be sensitive to those around you during our time of Christian fellowship. We have many people who worship with us with compromised immune systems. There is many ways to pass the peace of Christ without shaking hands - read the actions of the people around you. Be grace filled.

Myron & Brenda Turner’s Grandson Brady will be participating in a Medical Mission Trip to the Amazon. If you would like to support Brady, he is collecting the follow items: Flip Flops (all sizes), Bar Soap, Tooth Brushes, Adult & Children’s Vitamins with Iron, Fishing Line, Lures & Hooks. There will be a collection box in the Narthex.

OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD: Boxes are still available for you to pick up in the MAC . The list of approved items is there too. Please have boxes returned with the $9 by November 15th.

Don’t forget to go through your coat closet and donate any gently used winter coats to the Morning Glory Circle coat collection. They will be distributing out to the community next month. Share the warmth and give a coat.Donations may be placed in the MAC closet across from the reception desk.

STAY INFORMED:
The best link to official United Methodist Church Denominational (Global) news comes from a publication from the United Methodist Communications office that you can subscribe to at the following website umcom.org

On that web page, click the large “Subscribe box.” In the window that comes up, select Weekly Digest under United Methodist News. You then get a summary email from the United Methodist Church sent to you each week regarding the major developments in core stories around the globe. Among many other things, updates on the upcoming Special Session of General Conference in February will be found there. The North Georgia Conference Web site is a good source of continuous information as well - ngumc.org

FUMC MISSIONS FAIR: On Sunday November 18th our church would once again like to shine a spotlight on all the Missions and Ministry operating within our congregation so that members can easily find a place to serve. If you are an advocate for a Mission or Ministry and would like to be included in this event, please email Kim Tatman now in order to have your service included in the literature and planning.

Night to Shine event will be held here at FUMC again next February.

Would you like to be a volunteer for Night to Shine – February 8, 2019? In the coming weeks - watch for a general on-line link to register as a volunteer.

Lastly, but most important…we are looking for many subcommittee leaders. If you would like to be involved in the planning please contact Kim & Joe Tatman.
Tokimnjoe@bellsouth.net
jtatman@gmail.com

Prayer Concerns and Celebrations:
May LOVE REIGN over fear, hate, and violence in the world
Those recovering from the storms
Our military families
The two UMC related agencies in our neighborhood (YHC & Branan Lodge)
Church Without Walls (CWOW’S) - Suches, GA
Our entire staff team and their families
All our expecting “Mommies to be”
All those with Alzheimers/Dementia related struggles
Family of Red Campbell in his recent passing
Bud Akins - melanoma diagnosis - test results today are encouraging
Carol Head’s family - recent loss
Lisa Wilson- knee concerns
Judy Walls brother in Texas is in Hospice Care
Julie Sundsted’s brother (David) - lung cancer surgery tomorrow 10-31
Ruth Stefko’s daughter Dawn - general health
Joan Shaw - lung cancer diagnosis - begun Chemo/Radiation - surgery later
Bart & Richard Hoibraten - step mother in CA in hospice
Margie Bowron - general health
Dee Freed’s father (Kenneth Newman) - colon cancer has spread)
Rod McClarnon - cardiac concerns and needed eye surgery
Claudia Dupree - general health (and health of her Daughter Jenny)
George Houdeshel - general health
Kerry Rittenhouse - Mother on chemo
Rev. Harold Smith - now home with Janice - doing in-home therapy
Phil Sallings - general health
Shannon Burgess two nephews (Luke - pancreas & Matt - colon cancer) - and brother in law (Steve) - cancer
Kathy Zimmerman’s sister (Alice Pollert) - hospice care
Shirley Cobb/Eva Breedlove/Carol Warren/ Kim Kuykendall – chronic back/neck/pain issues.

As you do your shopping on AMAZON, you also have the opportunity to donate money to the our church. Simply use AMAZON SMILE, then set up “First United Methodist Church of Union County” as the supporting organization. Once you set it up, every time you place an AMAZON order (must use AMAZON SMILE), Amazon makes a donation to our church. Your same settings and benefits, including Amazon Prime, apply. So we urge you to make the change today. Thanks for your continued support!

Through us God will reach people, touch souls, change hearts, and launch disciples (that’s Church!)

A Note from Your Finance Team

We usually have a very strong October because we benefit from the proceeds of the FALL Festival for the MAC loan. But even with our amazing Fall Festival, we do not remember having a $116,474 October before!

………………. . …….Received……….. .YTD Received
October 7th……..$22,450 ……………….$830,733
October 14th….. $42,449………………..$855,163
October 21st……$31,706………………..$904,888
October 28th……$20,142………………..$925,031

The numbers are a little skewed “up” from the Fall Festival numbers this month, but our current 43 week YTD giving rate would project us to end the year at $1,118,642.
Well done Church!

Please continue to remember your Church in your legacy trusts & wills - that gift is also greatly appreciated!

 

Tickle – October 23, 2018

So much happens so fast through our church. We blink and we move from a Fall Festival for the ages right through a band concert enhanced by a youth fundraiser for missions into a major road project at Church directly into an encouraging movement of the Spirit of God through the people of God as 156 households responded in worship on Sunday – glorifying God through the presentation of their 2019 “Giving Cards.” Add to that a full week of unique and vital mission and ministry kerplunked in the middle of Union County Fall Break week and I guess you have a “typical week” in the ongoing life of our church! My point is that there is no such thing as a “typical week” in the life of our church!

Thank you for being the Church of Jesus Christ. You bring hope into the world. You bring flavor and light into the world. You matter. Thank you.

While we will be moving into a new season of participating in missions that intentionally turn the focus of the church out into the world in the month to come, we have set up the treasure chests we have used in the past in both the MAC Desk area and Narthex along with blank 2019 Estimate of giving cards. If you have not had a chance to respond to this years “HIS Table – Our Light” stewardship journey, you are invited to do so over the next two weeks.

Simply place the name card in one chest and the number card (remember the yes/no questions on the back) in another. It does not matter which card goes in which chest. All that matters is that the two cards go into separate chests. After two weeks, we will celebrate our shared response at all three services. Join with us. Respond with us. Prepare to give thanks with us. And then let us encounter the Holiday Season together with joy!

To God be the glory! (After all, that is the whole point!)

God’s Peace,
pastor mark

Member Carol Head passed away earlier this morning. Funeral arrangements are unknown at this time. Please remember her children Luann and Robert (Stacy) during this time.

We’re back to regular Wednesday Night Nurture activities this week:
Supper at 5:00 pm
Octoberfest Menu: Bratwurst, cabbage and noodles, carrots and German black forest cake
Adult Bible Study - led by Mike Cloyd at 6:00 pm in the Fidelis SS room, studying the book of Esther
Children and Youth will have their programs at 6:00 pm; Handbells at 6:00 pm
Choir at 7:00 pm

Flu Protocols Begin:
We are being very proactive this year. The warm weather has messed up everyone’s calendar - but it is almost mid October! That means we are doing the following things starting last Sunday (some of you noticed)
Reminding everyone that we are in the season of flu shots
Please stay home from Church if you are sick
Re-establish that habit of coughing into your elbow rather than into your hands
We have suspended our hand holding fellowship until Easter Sunday
Be sensitive to those around you during our time of Christian fellowship. We have many people who worship with us with compromised immune systems. There is many ways to pass the peace of Christ without shaking hands - read the actions of the people around you. Be grace filled.

Myron & Brenda Turner’s Grandson Brady will be participating in a Medical Mission Trip to the Amazon. If you would like to support Brady, he is collecting the follow items: Flip Flops (all sizes), Bar Soap, Tooth Brushes, Adult & Children’s Vitamins with Iron, Fishing Line, Lures & Hooks. There will be a collection box in the Narthex.

OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD: Boxes are still available for you to pick up in the MAC . The list of approved items is there too. Please have boxes returned with the $9 by November 15th.

David Kuykendall will be teaching a North Georgia Conference-approved Chainsaw operation and safety course here on Friday, Nov. 2nd from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm and Saturday, Nov. 3rd beginning at 8:30 am. There will be field demonstration and technique practice on the church campus. This course is a have-to to participate in disaster relief chainsaw work with the Methodist Church. You may also attend if you are interested in chainsaw safety for your own benefit or helping a saw operator clear limbs, move wood, etc. If you’d like further information, please call David Kuykendall at 706 994 0384.

Don’t forget to go through your coat closet and donate any gently used winter coats to the Morning Glory Circle coat collection. They will be distributing out to the community next month. Share the warmth and give a coat.Donations may be placed in the MAC closet across from the reception desk.

STAY INFORMED:
The best link to official United Methodist Church Denominational (Global) news comes from a publication from the United Methodist Communications office that you can subscribe to at the following website umcom.org

On that web page, click the large “Subscribe box.” In the window that comes up, select Weekly Digest under United Methodist News. You then get a summary email from the United Methodist Church sent to you each week regarding the major developments in core stories around the globe. Among many other things, updates on the upcoming Special Session of General Conference in February will be found there. The North Georgia Conference Web site is a good source of continuous information as well - ngumc.org

FUMC MISSIONS FAIR: On Sunday November 18th our church would once again like to shine a spotlight on all the Missions and Ministry operating within our congregation so that members can easily find a place to serve. If you are an advocate for a Mission or Ministry and would like to be included in this event, please email Kim Tatman now in order to have your service included in the literature and planning.

Night to Shine event will be held here at FUMC again next February.

Would you like to be a volunteer for Night to Shine – February 8, 2019? In the coming weeks - watch for a general on-line link to register as a volunteer.

Lastly, but most important…we are looking for many subcommittee leaders. If you would like to be involved in the planning please contact Kim & Joe Tatman.
Tokimnjoe@bellsouth.net
jtatman@gmail.com

Prayer Concerns and Celebrations:
May LOVE REIGN over fear, hate, and violence in the world
Those recovering from the storms
Our military families
The two UMC related agencies in our neighborhood (YHC & Branan Lodge)
Church Without Walls (CWOW’S) - Suches, GA
Our entire staff team and their families
All our expecting “Mommies to be”
All those with Alzheimers/Dementia related struggles
Linda Womack - rehab here in Blairsville (she’s at home)
Bud Akins - melanoma diagnosis - more scans to determine path forward
Carol Head’s family - recent loss
Lisa Wilson- knee concerns
Ceil Jordan - had passed through the hospital again with bronchitis
Helen Douyllie - recovering from hip surgery
Ruth Stefko’s daughter Dawn - general health (fell again)
Joan Shaw - sister Jackie - cancer diagnosis
Bart & Richard Hoibraten - step mother in CA in hospice
Margie Bowron - general health
Dee Freed’s father (Kenneth Newman) - colon cancer has spread)
Rod McClarnon - cardiac concerns and needed eye surgery
Kenny Engle - bone infection (the real cause behind the knee)
Claudia Dupree - general health (and health of her Daughter Jenny)
George Houdeshel - general health
Kerry Rittenhouse - Mother on chemo
Rev. Harold Smith - now home with Janice - doing in-home therapy
Phil Sallings - general health
Shannon Burgess two nephews (Luke - pancreas & Matt - colon cancer) - and brother in law (Steve) - cancer
Kathy Zimmerman’s sister (Alice Pollert) - hospice care
Shirley Cobb/Eva Breedlove/Carol Warren/ Kim Kuykendall – chronic back/neck/pain issues.

As you do your shopping on AMAZON, you also have the opportunity to donate money to the our church. Simply use AMAZON SMILE, then set up “First United Methodist Church of Union County” as the supporting organization. Once you set it up, every time you place an AMAZON order (must use AMAZON SMILE), Amazon makes a donation to our church. Your same settings and benefits, including Amazon Prime, apply. So we urge you to make the change today. Thanks for your continued support!

Through us God will reach people, touch souls, change hearts, and launch disciples (that’s Church!)

A Note from Your Finance Team

God is light; in Him there is no darkness at all. As we move thru our annual FUMC Stewardship Campaign, please be prayerful of how God is calling you to be His light.
………………. . …….Received……….. .YTD Received
October 7th……..$22,450 ……………….$830,733
October 14th….. $42,449………………..$855,163
October 21st……$ 31,706……………….$904,888

Please continue to remember your Church in your legacy trusts & wills - that gift is also greatly appreciated!

Tickle Update – October 18, 2018

FUMC of Union County has committed to sending a chainsaw team of 8 people (a combination of people who can saw and people who can tote heavy limbs that have been cut) November 9-12 (Friday thru Monday.) We have been invited by the South Georgia Conference Disaster Response Coordinator (Luis Morales) to a specific area near Bainbridge, GA. Friday and Monday are part travel days. Saturday and Sunday are full work days. South Georgia has waved the ERT certification card need for this specific area response.

People currently committed to this trip are David Kukendall, Kyle Freed, Mark Burgess, and Sam Wilson. Talk to any of them if you need more information to decide. Three of those are chainsaw people. David is certified by the UMC to teach Safe Chainsaw operation for the purpose of equipping UMC disaster response teams. David Kuykendall will be teaching a North Georgia Conference-approved Chainsaw operation and safety course on our church campus Friday, Nov. 2nd from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm and Saturday, Nov. 3rd beginning at 8:30 am. There will be field demonstration and technique practice on the church campus. This course is a have-to to participate in disaster relief chainsaw work (including the trip November 9-12) with the United Methodist Church. You may also attend if you are interested in chainsaw safety for your own benefit or helping a saw operator clear limbs, move wood, etc…(but that is not required if you do not plan to touch a chainsaw.) If you’d like further information, please call David Kuykendall at 706 994 0384. He already has 10 people registered for that course.

We are in pretty good shape with chainsaw operators for this trip (could use one more) – but need several “non chainsaw operators” with strong healthy backs who can work in challenging conditions to haul cut limbs. Understand the conditions. There is no power. We will have to be 100% self sufficient for 4 days – bringing our own food and water. South Georgia is arranging a place for us to “camp out” during the night but those details will move as the trip approaches. You need to come prepared to “rough it” for 4 days – sleeping in sleeping bags on a floor somewhere. We will caravan down in multiple vehicles and one church van. You also need to be willing to sign the liability release form that we are preparing for this specific trip.

This trip is actually for everybody – whether you are the 8 who go or all the rest who will be here as our prayer warriors praying for us up while we are away and praying for all the people who have been hit by Hurricanes Florence and Michael. We will take the first four people who volunteer that meet the requirements above (regardless if you have talked to one of us before – now we have the details fixed – so first four qualified who respond to this email will get to go.)

Continue to pray for Operation BBQ – they continue to feed tens of thousands of displaced people free meals in the impacted areas (having moved their operational focus away from the Carolinas into Florida.)

There is also another way we can serve. The North Georgia Conference has a Disaster response supplies warehouse on one of our church campuses in Atlanta. They need teams of people to come for a day (bring a bag lunch) to help verify flood buckets and hygiene health kits before they are sent out to the affected areas. Basically, you open up the flood buckets and hygiene kits and make certain they are stocked properly. If you have a team of people interested in doing this for a day, I have directions and contact person for you to schedule your team through at the large warehouse located at IMPACT UMC. If a team goes, you can even bring back free buckets stacked in the Warehouse for local churches to turn into Flood buckets down the road. The warehouse has been stocked and is a staging area for supplies being routed where ever they need to go.

“Do all the good you can.”

God’s Peace,
Mark

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